Kindle, Amazon, ebooks, print books: the litereary world it seems will never stop debating about the pros and cons of each. As the world battles..
When I read the blurb of There’s Gunpowder in the Air, I couldn’t help but be reminded of an iconic scene from the popular Hindi..
“Once, in a village, there was a goat. No one knew where she was born. The birth of an ordinary life never leaves a trace,..
Some new names and some old, some popular choices and some critically-loved. 2018 was an exciting year for Indian literature, a time when the reading,..
Speaking to Shubhangi Swarup, like reading her book, is to leave the parochial behind. It is to be inspired to live as fully and engagingly..